This story is rated R. There is no sex in part 11.
The Snow God: Part 1 (erotica), The Snow God: Part 2 (erotica), The Snow God: Part 3 (Erotica), The Snow God: Part 4 (erotica), The Snow God: Part 5 (erotica), The Snow God: Part 6 (erotica), The Snow God: Part 7 (erotica), The Snow God: Part 8 (erotica), The Snow God: Part 9 (erotica), The Snow God: Part 10 (erotic)
“Your sister kissed me,” Kara informed Val flatly, planting herself right in front of him, locking eyes. “Furthermore, I’m starting to think you and I aren’t really suitable. So I think I’ll be heading home.” If she wasn’t mistaken it was panic that flickered in his eyes. Good you bastard, panic.
“Kara, why would you say that, what did I do to you?”
“Nothing,” she hissed. “Yet. But Adam told me all about you, and what you did to his sister.” No better place than here in the open.
Val’s jaw loosened with surprise. “Adam?”
She didn’t wait for it to finish sinking in, turning her back on him.
“Kara wait, whatever he told you, it can’t be true.” Val grabbed at her arm, but she shook him off.
“Anyone would say that.” She shot him one last poisonous glance before walking headlong into the crowd. And thank God I don’t have any luggage. The swell of people was thick as she came down the escalator. Kara dodged into them unflinchingly, heading for the wide lighted doors. As she shouldered her way through, the light dimmed under passing clouds. Kara glanced behind but didn’t see Val. The doors whooshed open, a wash of fine snow blowing in, hitting her in the face as she stepped out. I thought it was summer here.
“Want different weather, just wait an hour,” a passerby remarked with a crooked smile. “Typical.”
But Kara felt a strange chill at the base of her spine, slowly working up to her shoulders. The snow was thick now, sudden, blocking out the sky. Kara turned back towards the building, but even that was gone. A shape distinguished before her, a man, running his fingers through his dark hair, smiling that charming smile.
“Adam?” Kara asked weakly.
He was beckoning her, the snow flying furiously through his fingers. Kara stumbled forward and his arms enclosed her, lips coming close to her ear. “Do you know who I am?”
You’re Izgrid, oh God, you’re Izgrid.
When Kara woke her head lolled against softness, but as she pulled her hands close she could feel the bond around her left wrist.
“You’re awake finally, I must have overdone it a little.” Adam was standing at the bedside, looking slightly concerned.
No, it’s Izgrid, not Adam. How stupid am I.
“What did you do to me?” Kara asked in a croak. “And why is my throat so dry?”
“Because you’ve been asleep a day and a half, much longer than I intended. Here.” He handed her a bottle of water. The sides were clouded with cold and it was frigid to the touch. “I haven’t done anything to you, I’ve only brought you here, that’s all.”
“My sister is here.”
Kara focused on the room as he strode to the other side. Light poured through crevices, then flooded in as he pulled back the door flap. “I apologize in advance for how shitty it is, but at least it’s summer, and the perpetual sun has come back.”
Kara shivered as she gulped down the cold water. “Is your sister really here, or is that just another lie?”
“I haven’t lied to you.”
“You’re Izgrid.” Kara wiped her mouth, glaring at him. “Don’t dare tell me otherwise.”
“Fine, I’m Izgrid, but I haven’t lied about the situation. I don’t know what sort of bullshit Val told you about me, but it isn’t true.”
“If it isn’t true then why in the hell would you kidnap me?”
Izgrid let the door flap fall, plunging the simple room back into gloom. “Val loves you, really loves you. I have a feeling he won’t be so ready to say no this time.”
Kara squeezed her thighs together under the thick fur blanket, the water was having an unwanted effect. Come on, not now, not here. “I don’t know what to think about Val anymore than I know what to think about you.” Kara bit her lip, then added in a very small voice, “I do need to go to the bathroom though.”
Izgrid blinked, but nodded. “Of course, you were out forever. He motioned to a bucket. “As you may have gathered we don’t exactly have a sewer system out here. I’ll wait outside.”
Well at least he’s not a creep enough to watch. Kara played with the cuff around her left hand, twisting it and trying to pull it off to no avail. She gave up and relieved herself, which was a glorious sensation.
“Are you done?”
“Yes.” Kara crawled back under the fur blanket. “Tell me what’s going to happen next.”
“Next, Val will come.” Izgrid ducked back in. “And when he does I shall be ready.”
A howl rose out in the distance, parting from the wind suddenly.
“Ah there he is now.” Izgrid flashed her an excited smile. “You simply sit tight, your knight in shining armor is on his way, just like the idiot he’s always been.” With that he disappeared into the shadows, pulling a cloak over himself quietly, so that even Kara had a hard time distinguishing him from the floor and walls.
“Kara,” Val’s voice drifted breathless, close. It felt like only seconds before he was tearing the door flap down, stocky body filling the small room.
“Val, don’t!” Kara kicked off the fur blanket, trying to stop him, push him back out the door, anything.
But it was too late.